Wednesday, February 3, 2010

That's What I've Always Done...

I've been an avid Dashboard Confessional fan since I was 15. I cannot begin to describe their geniosity, all that can be done is listen to their music.
Listen to their music starting with  Hands Down (my all time favorite), Stolen, and all the way down to Belle of the Boulevard and you should get a sense of their brilliance. There is no official video for the track I've posted yet, but the music and the lyrics say it all.

Personally, I've never done anything else. And I'll continue to do that right this instant too, because it only takes a small word, a small sentence or a small gesture to change eveyrthing that's been in the making for months. In the end I'll always blame it on the changes.

As much as I like living my "right nows", as much as I'd really really like to fast forward 3 years in to the future. You know... just to check where it's going and if things would ever fall into place, or where I'd really end up in that time.
Suddenly, I feel 16 again saying that... and listening to Dashboard Confessional... and not making a shred of sense.


  1. See, here I thought only I loved Dashboard Confessional. I love his voice. I love the beauitful, complicated, yet simplistic lyrics.My fave is vindicated

  2. I like the way you're expressing how you like to live the "right nows", being nostalgic at the same time while you're curious to know what the future is holding for you! Damn I miss you! -Nora

  3. I love me some Dash. They are the perfect band for a drive in the rain, or at night, or when your upset. Love them.

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  5. Things don't ever fall into place, really. You just end up working around where they do fall.

  6. I saw them when they opened for the Bon Jovi concert I went to recently. They were excited little boys (well, little boys compared to Bon Jovi) and stoked to be on tour with them. Cuties.